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adjective as in legendary

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Bell and Giro’s fabled Dome facility has been the site of any number of stories and tours for journalists.

Like West Yellowstone, Cody is a gateway town to the fabled park.

Morrall held the 1972 Miami Dolphins together during their fabled perfect championship season until Bob Griese recovered from injury to return for the Super Bowl.

It seems less a state than a fabled land hatched from Aesop or the Brothers Grimm.

It almost didn’t matter that on the pièce de résistance of our visit, a one-night stay in the fabled Granite Park Chalet, it was freezing, rainy, and utterly without views.

By the numbers, in fact, the 2000s were the least bad decade for American family stability since the fabled 1950s.

Watch the newsreel below and observe a fabled minute in the life and times of Marty Reisman, who died on Friday at age 81.

From the Wall Street Journal, a tale that makes Mitt Romney's fabled haircut seem tame by comparison.

With a fabled witch on her trail, student filmmaker Heather Donahue decides to film herself.

By focusing on the contact sheet this book provides insight into the creative and editing process of these fabled artists.

But now, as if some fabled genii had come to his aid, fortune had suddenly poured her favours into his lap.

He compared genius to the fabled tree of Teneriffe, whose branches discharged showers of refreshing water.

The fabled sword of Damocles hangs suspended over my head, still it may never fall.

He saw Peru with its riches; he saw fabled Cathay; he saw the uttermost isles of the distant sea.

Amazon, am′az-on, n. one of a fabled nation of female warriors: a masculine woman: a virago.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fabled, such as: fabulous, famed, famous, fictional, mythical, and storied.

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